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2014 Cleveland Indians: Top 3 best and worst list – WFNY Podcast – 2014-10-01

We’ve talked to @sportsyelling about the Indians for a while now, and I asked her to come on and help me wrap up the 2014 Cleveland Indians season. We did just that by going through her top three best and worst things about the 2014 Cleveland Indians. The post 2014 Cleveland Indians: Top 3 best and worst list – WFNY Podcast – 2014-10-01 appeared first on Waiting For Next Year.
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Big Names: Nick Swisher, Kenny Smith, Greenberg & Williams

The Cleveland Indians’ Nick Swisher will join the MLB on FOX studio team for the World Series. In other news, Turner Sports basketball analyst Kenny Smith has a new reality show and ESPN has added Seth Greenberg and Jay Williams to its College Gameday basketball show. Swisher Joins FOX For World Series Cleveland Indians 1B [...]
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AZL Indians Insider: 2014 review - The hitters

Over the next several weeks the IBI's Tony Lastoria will be providing year-end pieces like this for all of the Indians six minor league affiliates. With comments on 20-25 players for each team, these pieces are being broken up into two parts. In today's first part of his AZL review, Tony chance to sit down with Indians Assistant Director of Player Development Carter Hawkins...
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2014 Final Player of the Game Results

The Player of the Game stat is one unique thing about It is a fluid number that includes hitting, pitching, defense and base running that I created in 2007. The stat is found by attributing points to every event on the baseball field (such as a single is worth 0.33), then adding them together. Each season, slight changes are made to these point totals, but...
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Nick Swisher will join FOX World Series coverage

Nick Swisher had a really tough year with the Indians, but he’s going to get a shot at the World Series anyway. He’ll be joining FOX’ World Series coverage team, it appears. Another new face on World Series coverage will be the always-entertaining Cleveland Indians star Nick Swisher, who will join FOX’s studio show. “Nick’s a guy we’ve done things with for many years...
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Tribe Happenings: This is only the beginning...

Some news, notes and thoughts from my Indians notebook… This is not the end…but the beginning Another season of Indians baseball came to a close on Sunday. As has been the case for the last 65 seasons, another season ended without a championship. They have come close a few times over the years, but the resounding theme is they once again fell short in their quest for a World...
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Final 2014 Player Power Rankings

Things didn’t work out quite as well as the Indians were hoping this year, but there were plenty of positives going forward. While the Indians didn’t have the depth to continue on to the play-offs, as can be seen by looking at almost every player outside of the top ten, the still had some great performances by individuals. In addition to having the likely Cy Young and an MVP...
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Today In Tribe History: September 29, 2013

Cleveland wins its tenth straight game to finish the regular season with a 92-70 record in a 5-1 victory in Minnesota over the Twins. The Indians clinch the first American League Wild Card spot, earning the right to host the winner of a play-in game in Texas between the Rangers and the Tampa Bay Rays. Ubaldo Jimenez finishes September with a 4-0 record in six starts with a 1.09 ERA...
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Second Thoughts Game #162: Rays 2, Indians 7

And so it ends. Another long six-month grind has come to an end as the 2014 season of Cleveland Indians baseball is now officially in the books. They ended on a high note with a 7-2 victory over Tampa Bay to finish the year with a respectable 85-77 record. The celebration ended once the players left the field, however, as Terry Francona's bunch fell just shy of a postseason berth...
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Making a Case Against Kluber for the Cy Young Award

Now before Cleveland Indians’ fans and supporters of Corey Kluber jump down my throat and tell me that I must be crazy for the title of this post, hear me out. It does not have anything to do with me not wanting Kluber to be given the honor nor does it have anything to do with the Indians’ history of trading away young star Cy Young winners, I assure you that. Anyone can throw...
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End of season post-mortem: Cleveland Indians

After an early elimination from the playoffs in 2013, anything less than an extended run into the postseason in 2014 would be disappointing. The Indians are now disappointed. A whole crew of players that casual baseball fans have never heard of were good enough to get into that Wild Card game and despite many of them improving as they entered their prime, but it wasn’t enough this...
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What Went Wrong in 2014

After a short exit from the play-offs disappointed the Indians in 2013, nothing less was expected this year. Despite those expectations, the Indians were eliminated even earlier in 2014 than they were the season before, two days before the regular season’s end. While some of this is due to the maturing talent in Kansas City, where the Royals will play in October for the first...
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Indians Rookies Have Opened Eyes This Season

When the 2014 Major League Baseball season began, the Cleveland Indians roster contained zero – yes you read that correctly – zero rookies. This was a veteran team with the distinct goal of getting to the postseason for a second straight season. As the campaign wore on, the Tribe was besieged by injuries, ineffectiveness and trades. The veterans sputtered out of the gates and...
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Yan Gomes makes Keith Law’s “Exceeded Expectations” List

Michael Brantley may garner a few MVP votes. Corey Kluber should be the 2014 AL Cy Young winner. But it’s Cleveland Indians catcher Yan Gomes who wowed’s Keith Law, with the one-time reserve catcher knocking in 20-plus home runs this season. Gomes was just a guy — as opposed to a #GUY — when Toronto shipped him and Mike Aviles to Cleveland for Esmil Rogers after...
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Guy who asked Jason Kipnis for tickets in tweet got these seats

Despite an off season, Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis has become quite the fan favorite. First, it was Kipnis and Lonnie Chisenhall attempting to bring back the mustache…one lip sweater at a time. Next, it’s this. @zwalker_157 Deal.. How many tickets do you need? — Jason Kipnis (@TheJK_Kid) September 23, 2014 They’ll be at will call b4 the game! #havefun...
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